CoreLogic: “Between 2007–2016, Nearly 7.8 Million Homes Lost to Foreclosure”

by Bill McBride on 3/24/2017 04:22:00 PM

Here is a report from CoreLogic: US Residential Foreclosure Crisis: 10 Years Later. There are several interesting graphs in the report, including foreclosures completed by year.
This graph for CoreLogic the Ten States with the highest peak foreclosure rate during the crisis, and the current foreclosure rate.
CoreLogic Foreclosure ReportSome states like Nevada and Florida have improved significantly. Other states, like New Jersey and New York, have only recovered slowly.
Here is a table based on data from the CoreLogic report showing completed foreclosure per year.

Completed foreclosure by Year
Source: CoreLogic
Year Completed Foreclosures
2000 191,295
2001 183,437
2002 232,330
2003 255,010
2004 275,900
2005 293,541
2006 383,037
2007 592,622
2008 983,881
2009 1,035,033
2010 1,178,234
2011 958,957
2012 853,358
2013 679,923
2014 608,321
2015 506,609
2016 385,748

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